NetGalley is one of the largest digital ARC distribution sites in the industry. A huge advantage of listing your title on NetGalley's platform is access to people you might not otherwise reach, from reviewers for major publications like USA Today and Publishers Weekly to librarians and booksellers looking for new titles to purchase.
I've been running a NetGalley co-op for over seven years. Below is some basic information about what NetGalley is and how my co-op works. If you have additional questions not covered below or you’d like to join the co-op, please drop me an email.
Some quick links with more info / reflections on being in a co-op:
Victory Editing's NetGalley Catalog
NetGalley for Indie Authors – Part One (Susan Kaye Quinn)
NetGalley for Indie Authors – Part Deux, One Year Later (Susan Kaye Quinn)
Sara A. Noë's thoughts and experience with the co-op
- $450.00 per year. There's a grace period for one quarter that I can prorate the fee. From September on, you'll have to do monthly slots.
- $50.00 / month if renting a short-term slot)
- For monthly rentals: your slot will not be reserved until your invoice is paid.
- Marketing extras such as newsletters, category spotlights, etc. have a $25 administration fee in addition to the cost of the promotional opportunity, plus a five percent fee to cover bank charges.
- A 5% fee will be added if you want to use a credit card (as opposed to PayPal balance or eCheck via PayPal) or live outside the US.
Have other questions? Feel free to drop me an email!